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The student news site of Amador Valley High School


The student news site of Amador Valley High School


Samaira Mehta (24), Simran Khemlani (24), Sharanya Javli (24), and Ritika Gupta (24) created Flair Magazine to foster a fashion centric community on campus.

Passion for fashion: junior quartet presents digital Flair Magazine

Zaynah Shah, Amadon Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2023

Alarmed by the lack of a fashion related space on Amador Valley’s campus, juniors Samaira Mehta (‘24), Simran Khemlani (‘24), Ritika Gupta (‘24), and Sharanya Javli (‘24) joined creative forces...

These beautiful pieces of paper art are what make Origami club members keep coming back–they are able to craft intricate shapes and sculptures out of mere paper and a pair of scissors.

Club profile: Origami Club

Parth Mishra, AV Radio and Podcast Editor December 15, 2022

Whether crafting artistic masterpieces out of sheets of origami paper or working on another form of art altogether, the Origami club does it all. And while the members are divided into different groups...

Summit mentors were trained either over Zoom or in a makeup session in the engineering building after school

Amador SWENext Club hosts Intro to Engineering event

Katy Clark, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Right next to the multipurpose room lies the engineering building, filled with high tech labs, conference rooms, and bright minds innovating for the future. Working through trial and error while building...

The Amador Valley chapter of Girls Who Code hosts their third summit with around 160 elementary and middle school girls as they move forth on the journey to fix the gender gap in the industry.

“Succeeding in the mission”: Amador Girls Who Code hosts 2022 summit 

Arlina Yang, Media Arts Editor March 6, 2022

On February 26, the Amador Valley Girls Who Code (GWC) club spent their Saturday hosting the 2022 Girls Who Code Summit, an event that introduces young girls the basics of coding. “Part of the summit...

Amador DECA students attended the States career development conference to qualify for the international career development conference.

“The opportunity of a lifetime”: Amador DECA students attend state conference

Arlina Yang, AVTV Segments EIC March 6, 2022

After the NorCal Career Development Conference at the beginning of January, Amador students in the business club DECA went forth to attend the California State Career Development Conference (SCDC) at Anaheim,...

French classes host Mardi Gras celebrations

French classes host Mardi Gras celebrations

Arlina Yang, AVTV Segments EIC March 3, 2022

Mardi Gras, otherwise known as Fat Tuesday, is most often celebrated in New Orleans with events in the Carnival celebration that includes mask parades, music performances, and elaborate feasts. And on...

The club met in a science room to put the models together.

Amador Space and Astronomy club models the James Webb Space Telescope

Renna Popli, AVT Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2022

This past week, Amador’s own Space and Astronomy Club spent its access class making hand-made models of the James Webb Space Telescope. “We’re hoping that the telescope can further scientific...

“Insight and Experience”: Amador students place in DECA NorCal conference

“Insight and Experience”: Amador students place in DECA NorCal conference

Arlina Yang, Segments Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2022

On January 14, 2022, DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) students across schools in Northern California participated in the NorCal Career Development Conference. Many Amador students made their...

From left to right, Mrs. Henriquez, Alice Lee (23), Marina Wang (23), Joanna Chu (23), Arya Deshpande (23), Kaitlyn Hekl (23), Victoria Liu (23) and Janani Prasad (23) stand in a group photo holding up their creations.

Knitting for a cause: Amador Crochet and Knitting Club craft scarves for charity

Mandy Wong, AVT Editor-in-Chief January 27, 2022

Tidy loops of yarn form an intricate lattice pattern. Once you lay it flat, you'll see that the scarf is longer than it looks at first glance - not only does it cover the desk beneath, it has inches to...

The GWC club members gather to take a photo. celebrating their award.

Amador Girls Who Code club receives the Golden Bell award 

Abigail Kent and Max Kiyoi December 15, 2021

Before the pandemic, club membership in Girls Who Code numbered around 20. This year, the roster has more than doubled, with a group of 60 female coders joining each weekly session. Girls Who Code (GWC)...

The 2021 team poses for a team photo.

AVBotz kicks off a new season after placing big at RoboSub 2021

Andrew Xiao, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Perseverance. Teamwork. Resilience. As one of the oldest clubs on campus, the Amador Valley Robotics Team, dubbed AVBotz, has always worked hard and pushed the limits together throughout every school year...

Leaders of key clubs in our district lead spirit cheers.

Key club has Fall Rally North at Six Flags

Mandy Wong, AVT Editor-in-Chief October 29, 2021

On Saturday, October 23rd, Key Club, with the mission of making “the world a better place through service,” traveled south to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom for the annual FRN. “FRN stands for Fall...

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